Stock assessment of Kawakawa (Euthynnus affinis) and Longtail Tuna (Thunnus tonggol) resources in the Southeast Asian waters
Secretariat in collaboration with TD organized the basic and advance Stock Assessment Training Courses in January and March 2016 under the funding support from Government of Sweden through the SEAFDEC-Sweden project. The training course focused on general stock assessment and was attended by some SEAFDEC Member Countries namely Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam. In addition, Secretariat in collaboration with MFRDMD also conducted the Special Training/Workshop on Stock Assessment of the LOT-KAW using the specific software such as CPUE standardization, A Stock-Production Model Incorporating Covariates (ASPIC)-ver.5, Kobe I (Kobe plot) and Kobe II (Risk assessment) and other relevant software. The training/workshop could come up with some recommendations that would be useful for further stock assessment of the LOT and KAW of the Southeast Asian region. It is also noted that the genetic studies for LOT and KAW was postponed in 2015 due to the needs to revise of the work plan and process for data collection, to ensure that good quantity and quality of samples are used for genetic analysis. To follow-up the progress of works implemented during the past years as well as to discuss on the results of the Stock Assessment for LOT and KAW based on the country data compilation and massaging by resources person, the SEAFDEC Secretariat in collaboration with the MFRDMD organized the 3rd Meeting in Bangkok, 25-27 May 2016.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Scientific report on stock assessments of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares), bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) and skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) in Sulu and Sulawesi Seas by ASPIC* (*A Stock Production Model Incorporating Covariates) Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2017-11)Results of stock assessments should be looked at with caution because of following reasons, i.e., (a) Stock assessments (YFT: yellowfin, BET: bigeye and SKJ: skipjack tuna) in the SSS water, may not be meaningful because ...
Siriraksophon, Somboon (Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2017)Oceanic and neritic tunas are abundant and commonly found in the waters throughout Southeast Asia. While oceanic tunas migrate over oceans and seas, neritic tunas mostly inhabit the economic zones and subregional marine ...
Kikawa, Shoji (Japan International Cooperation Agency, 1977)The distribution of tunas and billfishes in the South China Sea and the Southeast Asian waters was shown on the commercial longline data. The seasonal changes in the hook-rate and the size composition of the yellowfin and ...